Tayere brider mir velen zich veiter zen… As the Kinus Hashluchim came to a close, shluchim savored the last moments of their stay, bidding farewell to friends and relatives as they took their leave of Crown Heights.
By Anash.org reporter
Tayere brider mir velen zich veiter zen…
As the Kinus Hashluchim came to a close, shluchim bade farewell to friends and relatives, making last minute purchases with luggage in tow as they took their leave of Crown Heights.
After five-days of non-stop farbrenging, connecting with friends, learning from mashpiim and fellow shluchim and just being among brothers, the shluchim savored the last moments of their stay, catching a few more priceless interactions, running a few more important errands, and catching a few more moments in 770.
They left on a high note, confident that the hachlotos, connections, practical guidance and renewed chayus will have a lasting impact on themselves, their shlichus and their communities, helping them to cross the finish line and make the vision of the Meshaleiach a reality.
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